If your budget for 2010 is looking a bit tight, but you fancy yourself as a writer Heritage Magazine could help you out: they're having a competition to win a seven night cruise around Scotland's western isles for the best British travel story – and they're only expecting 500 words...that works out to be an excellent rate in words per cruising hours.
The winning story will appear in the June 2010 issue, but you have to have your entries in by Friday the 26th of Feb.
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